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27th Aug '16 11:59:52 PM Nintendoman01
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* ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'': Sugou/Oberon has a FreakOut and starts whining about the pain after Kirito gives him a little cut on the cheek; Kirito even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades it]], pointing out that it's [[spoiler: ''nothing'' compared to what Sugou [[AttemptedRape did to Asuna]]]]. Kirito proceeds to ''really'' give Sugou some wounds to cry about... by [[AnArmAndALeg slicing off his hand]], [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe cutting him clean in half]], and finally [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice impaling him]] [[EyeScream through the eye]].
5th Aug '16 3:52:29 PM Generality
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** During the fight with King Piccolo, Piccolo is holding Goku by the collar, mocking him. Goku bits his thumb, causing Piccolo to scream in pain and suck his thumb afterwards. It's the only injure he sustained in that fight.

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** A particularly extreme example occurs when Mercenary Tao is enraged because Goku's Kamehameha [[ClothingDamage shredded his clothing]], even though he is completely unhurt. In response to this, he dispenses with his usual SelfImposedChallenge style of fighting and uses his most precise and powerful killing technique, which Goku only survives by dumb luck.
** During the fight with King Piccolo, Piccolo is holding Goku by the collar, mocking him. Goku bits his thumb, causing Piccolo to scream in pain and suck his thumb afterwards. It's the only injure injury he sustained in that fight.
16th Jul '16 8:40:26 AM ironballs16
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** Besides which, housecats ''do'' ([[Film/MeetTheParents generally]]) use a litter box, so consider what's likely been on their claws sometime recently. Also {{subverted}} when it comes to feline ''bites'', as their teeth are designed to pierce (rather than crush, like canines), and the bacteria in their mouths is second only to [[ManBitesMan other humans]] when it comes to infection rates.

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** Besides which, housecats ''do'' ([[Film/MeetTheParents generally]]) use a litter box, so consider what's likely been on their claws sometime recently. Also {{subverted}} when it comes to feline ''bites'', as their teeth are designed to pierce (rather than crush, like canines), and the bacteria in their mouths is second only to [[ManBitesMan other humans]] when it comes to infection rates. So while the initial bite of a housecat tends to be far less damaging than one from a dog, it can also be far more harmful if left untreated.
6th Jul '16 2:47:22 PM Adept
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* In GordonKorman's ''The Zucchini Warriors'', one of the MacdonaldHall football players (who has ironically given himself the nickname The Beast) gets a bruised elbow. He then insists that it's actually a compound fracture and walks around with his arm in a sling for nine weeks.

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* In GordonKorman's Creator/GordonKorman's ''The Zucchini Warriors'', one of the MacdonaldHall football players (who has ironically given himself the nickname The Beast) gets a bruised elbow. He then insists that it's actually a compound fracture and walks around with his arm in a sling for nine weeks.
6th Jul '16 8:01:23 AM Vorpale
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* [[BigBad Sharptooth]] from ''WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime'' gets ''very'' pissed off (well, [[UpToEleven even moreso]] [[HairTriggerTemper than]] [[AxCrazy usual]], that is) when Cera headbutts him while he is unconscious, even though he was previously shown to be able to headbutt ''stone'' into dust himself. Heck, he's not even ''injured'' so to speak, but it still sends him into murderous rage nonetheless.
5th Jul '16 12:02:29 PM mcgrew
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* Deliberately invoked by Klinger in the ''Series/{{Mash}}'' episode "It Happened One Night." Klinger is accidentally shot by a nervous private who isn't used to night sentry duty. The resulting superficial graze wound prompts Hawkeye to say, "Could you at least bleed?" while examining him. Since Klinger is constantly trying to get discharged from the Army, he acts like he's just received a mortal wound and starts swooning all over the place and describing visions of his deceased relatives. Naturally, nobody buys it.

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* In ''Series/{{MASH}}'':
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Deliberately invoked by Klinger in the ''Series/{{Mash}}'' episode "It Happened One Night." Night". Klinger is accidentally shot by a nervous private who isn't used to night sentry duty. The resulting superficial graze wound prompts Hawkeye to say, "Could you at least bleed?" while examining him. Since Klinger is constantly trying to get discharged from the Army, he acts like he's just received a mortal wound and starts swooning all over the place and describing visions of his deceased relatives. Naturally, nobody buys it.it.
** Frank Burns applies for a Purple Heart twice, both times in response to minor injuries: After throwing out his back in "Sometimes You Hear the Bullet", and after his eye was injured by (egg) "shell fragments" in "The Kids". Both times, Hawkeye steals the medal and presents it to someone he considers more worthy of the honor.
25th Jun '16 9:53:19 PM nombretomado
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* Yaga-Shura the fire giant in ''BaldursGate: Throne of Bhaal'' will run away for even more [[FlunkyBoss reinforcements]] (there's already a [[TheWarSequence small army fighting you]]) the first point of damage he receives. This perfectly demonstrates his lack of GenreBlindness and his understanding of the threat the [[OneManArmy player character]] poses, especially as the player succeeded has in removing his NighInvulnerability (of the instant regeneration kind).

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* Yaga-Shura the fire giant in ''BaldursGate: Throne of Bhaal'' ''VideoGame/BaldursGateIIThroneOfBhaal'' will run away for even more [[FlunkyBoss reinforcements]] (there's already a [[TheWarSequence small army fighting you]]) the first point of damage he receives. This perfectly demonstrates his lack of GenreBlindness and his understanding of the threat the [[OneManArmy player character]] poses, especially as the player succeeded has in removing his NighInvulnerability (of the instant regeneration kind).
22nd Jun '16 7:17:34 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TigerAndBunny'', villain Jake completely loses it when [[spoiler: Kotetsu]], the hero he spent mocking for being worthless and pathetic during their entire fight, manages to be the ''only'' hero to land a hit on him - by ''accident'' no less.

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* In ''TigerAndBunny'', ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'', villain Jake completely loses it when [[spoiler: Kotetsu]], the hero he spent mocking for being worthless and pathetic during their entire fight, manages to be the ''only'' hero to land a hit on him - by ''accident'' no less.
19th Jun '16 1:32:56 PM DanaO
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* During the Baratie arc of ''Manga/OnePiece'', one of Don Krieg's crewmates, "Invincible" Pearl, boasted about never having spilled a single drop of blood... whereupon Luffy [[DeathFromAbove fell out of the sky]] and smacked Pearl's head into his armor, giving him a nosebleed. Pearl's response? Panicking and lighting his armor on fire.

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* During the Baratie arc of ''Manga/OnePiece'', one of Don Krieg's crewmates, "Invincible" Pearl, boasted about never having spilled a single drop of blood... whereupon Luffy [[DeathFromAbove fell out of the sky]] and smacked Pearl's head into his armor, giving him a nosebleed. Pearl's response? Panicking and lighting his armor on fire. (Based on the crew's remarks, Pearl has in fact been injured a number of times - but he flips out the same way each time and apparently has no lasting memory of the episodes.)
16th Jun '16 3:36:10 AM Lanthorn
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* ''Series/MysteryDiagnosis'': Quite a few of the mysterious ailments are auto-immune disorders, meaning [[BodyHorror your own body is attacking itself]] in a misguided attempt to protect itself. An extreme version of this [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibrodysplasia_ossificans_progressiva is turning your muscles into bone after an injury]]. Oh, and these are RealLife illnesses.
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